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Monrovia Accepting Applications to Plant a Tree Near Your Home or Business

Applications must be submitted by Oct. 30. | Courtesy photo by David Vig on Unsplash The City of Monrovia maintains more than 8,500 city-owned trees and in 1987 was recognized by the National Arbor Day Foundation as...

Toxic Trash Drive-Thru Collection in Monrovia on Halloween

The City of Monrovia, in conjunction with the County of Los Angeles, will host a free household hazardous and electronic waste drive-thru collection on Oct. 31 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. The event is open to Los Angeles County residents. No business...

Monrovia Police Awarded $62K Grant

The safety of everyone traveling is the focus of a grant awarded to the Monrovia Police Department. The $62,500 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety will assist the city’s efforts to reduce deaths and injuries on its roads. “These...

City of Monrovia Presents Halloween Happenings

TheCity of Monrovia is excited to present Halloween Happenings throughout the month of October. Whether a little ghost or full-grown goblin, there’s something fantastic for all this Halloween. Registrations are required for all programs and fees may apply. Sign-up for the programs by...

Bobcat Fire Continues to Grow – Now at 41,773 Acres

Approximately 44,393 acres have been charred and containment is at 3% as of Wednesday morning. Containment was at 6%, but flare-ups on Monday caused crews to lose ground. The heavy smoke and ash has prompted not only severe health warnings but also...

City of Monrovia Advises Non-Residents to Avoid Areas Above Foothill as Bobcat Fire Grows to 36K Acres

The City of Monrovia advises non-residents to avoid areas above Foothill Boulevard to ensure that if an evacuation order is issued in response to the Bobcat Fire, residents can evacuate and streets are easily accessible for public safety crews. Last week, the City...

New Traffic Calming Devices Installed on Foothill Boulevard

Traffic calming and control devices were installed last Friday in front of the Starbucks located on Foothill Boulevard. The City of Monrovia reports that since Starbucks opened in 2016, there have been “issues related to illegal left turns into and out of that location.” The city...

Monrovia Canyon Park & HWP Closed Due to Excessive Heat

Due to an excessive heat warning issued by the National Weather Service for the San Gabriel Valley, Monrovia Canyon Park and the Hillside Wilderness Preserve will be closed Friday through Monday. Over the weekend, the region can expect dangerously hot conditions with...

City of Monrovia Launches Logo Contest

Photo by Theme Photos on Unsplash The City of Monrovia encourages residents and business owners to participate in the Art in Public Places logo contest. Interested artists must submit designs by Sept. 18 at 6 p.m....

Monrovians Can Now Register for MAP Leadership Academies

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The Adult Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) Leadership Academy was formed to educate residents about city government and its functions, and to provide leadership skills and resources so that people can become more active in the community. This academy provides graduates with a...
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